‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’: Season 5’s Best Lip-Syncs, Ranked

by Jeremy Spirogis
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’: Season 5’s Best Lip-Syncs, Ranked

Now that iconic queen Shea Couleé has been topped the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 5, it’s time to look again on the season’s lip-syncs from worst to greatest.

As against prior All Stars seasons when the 2 prime queens of the week would face-off in a Lip-Sync for Your Legacy, a lip-sync murderer was tapped every week to carry out in opposition to one prime queen of the week.

Lip-sync assassins are former queens who’re recognized to have memorable performances or gained a lot of their lip-syncs throughout a season, eliminating lots of their fellow queens. 

Note: This checklist won’t embrace the finale lip-sync in opposition to Couleé, Miz Cracker and Jujubee.

WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 11: Shea Coulee performs on the 2017 Capital Pride Concert on June 11, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

7. Miz Cracker vs. Kennedy Davenport – “Fancy”

Nothing was worse this season than seeing Davenport, one of many franchise’s most lauded performers, be relegated to carry out a rustic tune. And it’s not that nation tune’s can’t be carried out on drag race, they will and a few of them are even a terrific match. But within the phrases of Alyssa Edwards, there was some Rigga Morris happening right here!

6. Shea Couleé vs. Vanessa Vanjie Mateo – “Open Your Heart”

Though this wasn’t a “bad” lip sync per se, many followers had been confused as to why Miss Vanjie was introduced again as an murderer, as she isn’t thought to be a lip-sync murderer within the fandom. She additionally didn’t do unhealthy within the efficiency, however Couleé clearly out-performed her and gained this match handily.

5. Jujubee vs. Monét X Change – “Juice”

Jujubee could have been a lip-sync murderer on some other season, however this time, she didn’t know the phrases to Lizzo’s “Juice.” Still, this was a enjoyable time and Monét X Change’s efficiency made a whole lot of us realized that she is definitely a lip-sync murderer even when we had been confused at first by her exhibiting up. After this, I’m certain a whole lot of viewers regarded up her performances from season 10 and All Stars 4, together with her iconic cut up fake-out from the previous.

4. Miz Cracker vs. Roxxxy Andreews – “One Last Time”

Overall, this lip-sync wasn’t that thrilling from a large view of it…however Roxxxy Andrews was right here to make it clear that she was going to go away an affect on All Stars 5! She got here ready with all the gags and actually overshadowed every little thing that Miz Cracker needed to supply.

3. Miz Cracker vs. Morgan McMichaels – “Where Have You Been”

There is a conspiracy concept on Reddit that this lip-sync was truly filmed twice as a result of the present’s producers wished it to be a tie when McMichaels was clearly going to be the winner. Regardless, it’s clear that she was the perfect one on this and it’s nonetheless odd that each of them got a win. Let’s be actual, McMichaels was so good, it made us overlook she’s not truly a lip-sync murderer.

2. Shea Couleé vs. Alyssa Edwards – ‘Neutron Dance’

Alyssa Edwards delivered such a uncommon, seemingly low-energy (for her) lip-sync that led followers to imagine she was paid to lose this match-up. However, this will’t take away from the truth that Couleé left all of it on the stage and carried out the heck out of this tune, making up for a way bizarre this lip-sync could have appeared.

1. India Ferrah vs. Yvie Oddly

The very first lip-sync of the season was the perfect one. This lip-sync is RuPaul’s Drag Race at its greatest. Though not an “assassin,” Oddly has given the franchise some memorable lip-syncs. The season 11 winner confirmed up like she had one thing to show and so did India Ferrah. Unfortunately, Ferrah couldn’t sustain with Oddly, however wow this was a terrific one.

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